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Loss of Mental Capacity

If someone loses their mental capacity or physical ability to look after their own affairs, only their legally appointed Attorney or their Deputy under a Deputyship Order has the authority to handle their financial affairs and make decisions about their health, medical treatment and welfare.

No one likes to think about a day when perhaps they will need help to make the right decisions about their financial or personal affairs or that they will need to rely on someone to make the right decisions for them about such matters. But if that day comes and you have made proper arrangements in advance with a Lasting Power of Attorney, your nearest and dearest will have much less to worry about.

If you're the relative or close friend of someone who is losing or who no longer has the capacity to look after their own affairs, you may be worried about how their money and property can be managed.

At QualitySolicitors Belshaws  we understand the anxieties that such predicaments  can cause but we also know from experience the huge benefits that having a sensible conversation about these matters can give all concerned and the relief that putting in place a Lasting Power of Attorney or Deputyship Order can provide.

For expert and professional advice, call Andrea Belshaw today on 01616 387 505 to see how we can help. 

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